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Doctors in the CAB Medical Panel offer help at quarantine facility

11th July 2020
11th July 2020, Kolkata: Reputed Doctors attached with major hospitals in the city who are members of Medical Committee of The Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) have written to CAB President Avishek Dalmiya offering help in the quarantine facility that would be set up.
“It is absolutely heartening to note that Medical experts have agreed to offer their services for the quarantine facilities to be set up at Eden Gardens. We would intimate Kolkata Police regarding this development.
The Doctors have also come forward by suggesting us on how we can keep the balance areas safe and what measures we need to adopt”, said Avishek Dalmiya.
The High- Profile CAB Medical Committee members Dr. Asif Iqbal (Attached with Apollo Hospital), Dr. V. Lakshman (Attached with Kothari Medical Centre), Dr. Saptarshi Basu (Attached with Woodlands Hospital), Dr. Subhasis Ganguly (Attached with AMRI Salt Lake), Dr. Rana Chatterjee (Attached with Belle Vue Hospital), Dr. Manoj Khanna (Attached with Belle Vue Hospital) and Dr. Suparno Ganguly (Attached with Institute of Neuro Sciences Kolkata) have already expressed their desire to involve themselves at the facility. Dr Santi Ranjan Dasgupta, who is also known for his sports connections, is also helping the Association during the pandemic with his suggestions.
Amongst other developments during the day, Hony. Joint Secretary Debabrata Das along with Medical Committee Chairman Pradip Dey visited Eden Gardens to relocate the groundsmen and other staffs to the dormitory and other makeshift staying arrangements in blocks closer to Club House. Thorough sanitisation of dormitory is also being conducted prior to shifting.
Furthermore, cleaning processes of toilets would commence soon in the blocks where quarantine facilities would be set up.

Arindam Basu